June 26, 2022

China Open to Negotiations Over State Subsidies, Xi Jinping Says

Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Oct. 4 said the regime was open to talks about state subsidies to domestic industrial firms—a practice that has become a sticking point in U.S.-China trade relations. In virtual remarks at the opening of the China International Import Expo in Shanghai, Xi said China will keep an “active and open…

FAA Refers 37 ‘Most Egregious’ Cases of Unruly Airline Passengers to FBI for Criminal Review

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday said it has sent 37 of its more than 5,000 complaints of unruly passengers to the U.S. Department of Justice for potential criminal prosecution. The FAA said it has seen a “disturbing increase” in incidents of airline passengers disrupting flights with threatening or violent behavior. As of Nov.…

People Hold Protest in San Jose Against Vaccine Mandates as Part of Worldwide Walkout

SAN JOSE, Calif.—Nearly 100 people gathered in front of San Jose City Hall on Nov. 3 to protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and to call for freedom of choice. People from various cities across the United States participated in a “worldwide walkout” in which they took a day off work to voice their opposition to…

Nintendo Can’t Fulfil Switch Holiday Demand, Cuts Forecast on Chip Shortage

TOKYO—Nintendo Co. Ltd. on Thursday cut its full year Switch sales forecast by 6 percent and said it is struggling to meet demand in the key year-end shopping season as chip shortages disrupt production of the hit device. While many companies have warned of the risks posed by the global semiconductor shortage, most have stopped short…

Police Union: Nationwide ‘Draconian’ Defund the Police Proposals Unlikely After Failed Minneapolis Vote

“Draconian” defund the police efforts are unlikely to succeed anywhere in the country after voters in Minneapolis overwhelmingly rejected a defund initiative in Tuesday’s election, according to the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) executive director. “I believe, by and large, that ship has sailed,” said Jim Pasco, the executive director of the FOP, according to Axios, in response…

‘The Swamp Is Back’: Rep. Kevin McCarthy Hammers Democrats’ ‘Expensive’ And ‘Expansive’ Relief Bill Proposals

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy declared Monday that “the swamp is back,” referring to Democrats’ efforts to include extra spending in the coronavirus relief package on items unrelated to fighting the coronavirus pandemic. McCarthy appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity” and was asked by host Sean Hannity if there was anything that he, as the House…

NRA Calls Trump’s Gun Proposals ‘Bad Policy’

Gun rights activists are fuming after witnessing President Trump offer plenty of ground to liberal lawmakers during his open discussion on gun control Wednesday at the White House. Trump distanced himself from The National Rifle Association on a few specific policies. When it came to raising the age limit for buying certain firearms from 18 […]

Obama Spent Millions On These ‘Grand Proposals ‘ — They Have Little To Show 8 Years Later

Three highly touted programs President Barack Obama launched as White House initiatives soon after taking office in January 2009 have little to show in the way of concrete accomplishments eight years later despite employing dozens of people and spending millions of tax dollars. Obama intended the initiatives to make America more inclusive and equal. The […]

Bernie Sanders policy proposals would cost $18 trillion

As a socialist, Senator Bernie Sanders is bubbling over with ideas on how to spend your money – as well as money the government has to print. So what would it cost to turn America into a workers’ paradise? The Wall Street Journal figures about $18 trillion. In all, he backs at least $18 trillion […]

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